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PLASA 2012: Le Mark offers Olympic souvenirs

Le Mark produced and printed the iconic London Street Map floor

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7 September 2012

UK - Le Mark produced and printed the iconic London Street Map floor on to their high gloss black 'Harmony' performance stage flooring.

This stunning floor was printed and installed by the Le Mark team and revealed to a global audience of over 4 billion people during the 2012 Olympic opening ceremony.

Many will remember the 'Pandemonium' section of the ceremony and how this floor was slowly revealed . The jagged design bounced and reflected the light of the molten rings being formed . An image captured by both TV and photographers and transmitted worldwide ,proving that Britain could host the world's most emotive and stunning events.

Le Mark are very proud to welcome visitors to their stand 1- D4 and offer the opportunity for PLASA visitors to take home a FREE A4 piece of this Olympic 2012 memorabilia.

Each piece of Harmony 2012 printed stadium floor is totally unique , there will only be 150 A4 sections available on a strictly first come basis.

(Jim Evans)



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